Jul 17, 2018 Last Updated 9:23 AM, Jul 10, 2018
The £10.5 million new Advanced Technologies Centre at Tameside College in Greater Manchester, benefits from a radical external screening solution, courtesy of Levolux.
Space is a valuable commodity within most organisations these days, perhaps even more so now within schools and colleges where average classroom sizes continue to creep up year-on-year.
Plymouth School of Creative Arts was founded by Plymouth College of Art in 2013 as a radical new kind of mainstream city centre all-through free school that, together with the college, is establishing a progressive continuum of creative learning and practice from age three to…
Altro resin flooring is providing the ultimate in colour, flexibility and durability on an award-winning, £10m refurbished campus at North Hertfordshire College, in Hitchin.
High performance commercial flooring from two of Polyflor’s sheet vinyl flooring collections were recently used to create a vibrant environment for students at Hopwood Hall College to dine and enjoy their break times in.
A West Sussex college that has undergone significant development has been enhanced with the addition of a stunning grill ceiling, manufactured by Hunter Douglas, a global leader in architectural products.
Nik Chambers from building services consultancy, Greenways, discusses the challenges of designing green services for a specialist horticultural college in Worcestershire.
The Advanced Technology Centre (ATC), which forms the latest Bond Bryan project at Bradford College, has now opened its doors to students. Being adjacent to the much talked about David Hockney Building, also designed by Bond Bryan Architects and shortlisted for a number of awards,…

Real world training

Pellings, the multidisciplinary architectural, property and construction practice has acted as architect and project manager on an innovative new hospitality and catering facility for Bromley College of Further & Higher Education in Orpington, Kent, as part of a £1.2m contract.
Good interior design has been shown to speed up patient recovery times in hospitals and encourage learning in schools and colleges, but must be balanced with maintenance and whole-life costs, says Kate Waterston, UK Sales Manager of Construction Specialties.

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